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WILMINQTON, N. O. .FRIDAY. AUGUST 6, 1875. INCIDENTAL. A flow of words ia no proof of wis dom. No lady can appear perfectly un ruffled. The more girls are pinned back, the more forward they seem. A wise man aims at nothing out of his reach. Keep cool, be virtuous, and you will assurdedly be happy. If you want to be a "swell" of the first water, get the dropsy. Elongated farmer's faces are not so common now. Wo would willingly have others perfect, and yet we amend not our own faults. Those delicious stewed oysters again in thirty days or so. When a man is 6 brute, he is the most sensual and loathsome of all brutes. The peaches in market are yet few and inferior. It is an extraordinary fact, consider ing iho intense heat of the month past that no fatal cases of sunstroke have been reported in this section of the countryf The springs of action form the cur rent of affairs that runs to the sea of destiny and make the haven of distrac tion ox destruction. The chain gang, which has received large accessions lately, has been doing good service on the streets for several days past. 'Lemme die now," he gasped. ''I've lived to see a woman git thirty-one yards of cloth into one dress, and I'm ready to pull stakes now." Shallotte Mail. The direct mail route between this city and Shallotte has been discon tinued, under an order received from the Postmaster-General. The mail will hereafter go to Smithville, and from there by a mail carrier to Shallotte. Our friends in this section of Brun swick will consequently receive their mal one day later than formerly. Exterminate. Within the scope of our country em braced between the lakes and the Gulf, of Mexico, the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, there is not in this arear a city, town, village or hamlet that is so fear fully aceused with dogology as this identical city of Wil mington. A fair estimate in makiog an average to place to the credit of each family two dogs. It is surprising to note the rapid in crease and puzzles the brain to com prehend from whenco they come. The sneaking, thieving cur, with his nar rative closely tucking under, nosing around the dilapidated starved coun try ediition, prospecting around, looking for some sympathizing speci men of hnmanity to notice him, and administer and opiate to fill out the cavity so prominent in his haunches. The big shaggy quadruped, minus father and mother, with the tear-drop trickling down his scarred and hideous visage, are the living commentaries, which appeal strongly to a war of ex termination as the only infallible rem edy with which will give peace and quiet during the hours when the city should be wrapped in slumber and re pose. . A Matt Cave of Drowning. We learn from reliable source that Mr. John Wescott was drowned at Lockwood's Folly on Wednesday last Mr. Wescott, who is a pilot, and who formerly lived at Smithville, and but recently moved to Lockwood's Folly where he followed his profession, rig ged up his boat, a small sloop, to board a vessel off the inlet. Me tooK on board with him a negro man who gen erally assisted him in managing his craft. As the sloop was cosBing the inlet it struck upon an old wreck and capsized, and immediately sunk. Mr. Wescott and the negro swam for shore, which the latter succeeded in reaching, but Mr. Wescott was drowned. The negro went to Sminhville yesterday and made known the facts to the relatives of the deceased. Mr. Wescott has been a pilot on the coast for years, and "conceded to - be an excellent swimmer, and it is generally believe that some portion of the rig ging of the sloop must have injured him when she capsized. The deceased leaves a wife who re sides in this city. The Southern Historical Society has lately received an important contrib ntion, consisting of "copies of Confed erate reports made by heads of Depart ments," in response to a circular of Gen. Breckinridge, Secreta of War, issued the early part of February, 1865, en the resources at their command for conducting the war. The contributor was R. G. Kean, of Lynchburg, Va, late chief clerk in the Confederate war Department, who states that the docu ments were plaeed in his confidential care and brought hoina on his person after the surrender of Gen. Johnson, together with letters, written at the same time, from Generals Lee and Johnston on the condition of their armies and their ability to prosecute the war. How be Won Bier. A vonnff connle were Ortfynnvinc nrnn o x r j o tic seat in Union Park one evening this week, and from the expression of the masculine representative's face it was evident ne was a "goner armed, as it were, over the craafc nsvnhnlooi- cal Niagara of affection, and was even -1 11 1 41 . 1 men Deing wniriea aooui in tne irotny whirlnool of rati iim Ant, ThA nwim. rning swans had no charmfor him; the i .i- -. , i engiea were as notmng, ana ne aia not notice the big white bear. " Oh, do be mine," he said, attempt ing to draw her a little nearer to hia end of the seat. She made herself rigid and heaved a sigh. "I'll be a good man and give up all my bad habits," he urged. No rep;y. "Ill never drink another drop," he continued. Still unrelenting sat the oLject of his adoration. "And give up chewing " No response. "And smoking " Cold as ever. "Anp join the church " She only shook her head. "Anp give you a diamond engage ment ring," he added in desperation. Then the maiden lifted her drooping eyes to his, leaning her frizzles on his snoulder, and tremblingly murmured into his ravished ear : Oh, Edward, you you are so good." And there they sat and sat, until the soft arms of night that dusky nurse of the world had folded them from sight, pondering, planning, thinking she of the diamond ring, and he of bow on the earth he was to get it, THREE AMERICA IV PEERESSES. Career of Xliree Famous Baltimore Belles. (From the New York World.) The "three American peeresses" in question were three young ladies of Baltimore, grand-daughters of Chas. Carroll, of Carrollton, who was gener ally regarded at the time when the Declaration of Independence was signed as the wealthiest of the Amer i can rebels. He came lawfully by hit rebellious tendencies, at least, for he was of Irish blood, and there are scmo "tales of grandfathers" in his family history that would not discredit bail, fit -basting Galway herself. But that is not now to the point. lie had been educated in England, and he had very early and in trying circumstances proved himself to possess the bpa-it and determination wiiich made hiia ;t leading figure in the revolution, lie had two daughters, one of whom mar ried" Mr. Caton, an Englishman !" Lincolnshire, if we mutake not. but i citizen of Baltimore, and the otu. r Mr. Goodloe Harper. Mr. and Mrs. Catou had four d.-uf-u-ters, all famous for their bwtuty, and and three of these young iucli- event ually became British peeresses maii.ly through the dauntless social auibition of the eldest, of their number, Mi rf Marianne Caton. who nip.riitd early m life Mr. Robert Patterson, oi JiuiU more, the son of a North of Irelanu merchant, who had settied in thi-. country and acquired what in t-j..T-days was regarded us a very gr at for tune. Bobert Patterson's sister, Eliz abeth, married Jerome Bonaparte, iu. youngest brother of Napoltou, wi.o, after carrying hfi across the Atlanta, to Portugal, left her there to hud her way as best she could to England, uud eventually, at the command of his brother, submitted to au illegal a..a unrighteous divorce i'roni Lf-r, and married again a princess of Wuileia berg. This was a great blow, i.o doubt, to the Patterson family, but it is not quite correct to represent Hub ert Patterson while in Eurojio as "bothered beyond measure with tin affairs of his sister, his slippery brother-in-law and the angry First Cuuu'." The "angry First Consul" gave him Belf very little trouble about the Pat tersons, beyond ordering his worthless brother to d.rop the whole family a;,d to insult hi- wife (which lie obediently did) by offering lier sixty thousand francs a year to give him up and go home. After the fall of Napoleon, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patterson went to Paris. They were accompanied by Mrs. Patterson's younger sister-, Eliz abeth and Louisa Catherine. Th; y were all beautiful, and Paris at that time was full of military, diplomatic and royal personages deeply devoted to the worship of beauty Foremost among thet e alike in renown and in gallantry was the Duke of Wellington. Thanks to the friendship of the great conqueror, Mrs. Patterson and her sisters went every where and saw everything. A Paris ian records that at the first grant bai -quet given by Louis XVIII t the al lied sovereigns the Patterson party, were the only ordinary mortals invite :, and that Mr.. Robert Patterson, bei..;.; tired of standing behind h.s chir with the rest of the company, cnaled-a de cided sensation by pulling hi chair out and sitting down in it, before tin royal personage with sound of trum pets and the flinging Avide open of double doors had madetheir appearance Two years afterwards, in 1817, Mi s Louisa Caton married one of the Dnke of Wellington's aides-de-camp, Col. afterwards Sir Felton Elwell Batlnirst ITervey, Bart. Sir Felton B.t'rar t Hervey, comm tted suicide under pain ful circumstances two years after h marriage, and in 182S his . idw mar ried the Marquess of Carmarthen, v, ; finally became Duke of Leeds. Mrs. Robert Patterson had become a widow a few years after her briliaut advent ures in Paris and returning to England married in 1825 the Duke of Welling ton's elder brother, John Quiuev Adam's friend and classical correwpoii, dent, the Marquess Wellesley. Lor.! Wellesley was a statesman and a scholar of no mean merit. He filled many offices in England, was twice lord lieutenant of Ireland, and as Earl of Mornington was for seven years vioeroy of India, from 17'J8 to 18U5, during which time his brother Arthur laid the foundations of his great fum as a soldier, and "Far away. Against the myriads of Assaye, Clashed with his fiery few and won' But Lord Wellesley had rather vague notions of domestic life, like many others of his rank. He lived for a number of years with a French lady, Mile. Roland who, however, was not "a ballet dancer"precisely and by her had two daughters. He afterwards married Mile. Roland. Both of his daughters married well, one becom ing Lady Atherton and the other Lady Abdy. Lady Abdy, however preferred Lord Bentinck to her spouse, Sir Wil liam; ran away withhim, was divorced, and married the man of her choice, by whom she became the mother of the present heir of the Dukedom of Port land. The Marquis died in 1842, leav ing his second and American wife in such narrow circumstances that she. became a royal pensioner. In 183'i the third Miss Caton, Elizabeth, by that time a decidedly mature youii.; lady, if not fat, yet fair and not far from forty, married a sexagenarian widower, Jerningham, Lord Stafford. And thus it was that there came to be at one time on the rolls of the British peerage three American sisters, all of them peeresses of Great Britain. Whether the game was worth the can dle, who shall say ? But how does i happen that a Baltimore newspaper tells us "the Bayards of Delaware in herit much of their talent from the younger daughter of Charles Carroll, of Carrollton, who married Kobeit Goodloe Harper." If they do it must be in some marvellous manner tiiitt would make Garter King-at-Arms soratch his wig. Hie Bayards of Del aware we mean those whose talents have so long biightened the high sphere in which they move have no more to do with the Carrolls of Balti more than they have with the Capuiets and Montagues. Huguenots by origin, Philadelphians by settlement, and Delawarians by translation, their tal ents and patriotism come from other springs. The blunder arises doubt less from the marriage of Mr. Richard H. Bayard, an elder brother of the Delawarian senator, with Miss Car roll, of Philadelphia, not Baltimore. Edgecombe negro notions. The Rocky mount Mail says: fchat W. P, Mabson negro candidate for convention in Edgecombe, said in his speech at Rocky mount last Saturday. The Democratic party, as a collection is a body of rogues, thieves and ku-klux scoundrels." Again he said: "t don't want poor white man to vote lor me. 1 don t want to be tram meled by their voets. I can be elected without them I am a representative of the great Republican party, and I glory in it" Again he said : 'You are free as white men. then why, my God! why do you pull off your hats and scratch your heads as if you were their slaves-" TiME8 have chansred at Northern wa tering places. Col. Clisby, of the Ma con Telegraph, condenses a long letter from Saratoga, an follows "No ty no belles no eligible parties no p"M!o iu uw luittiiuiuuiai lottery sin gle ladies ancient beaux with griz zled heads or wigs, or slightly bald. Cl 1 - i - , . . . ouuciung umes ugnt purses patch ed shoes no style. Colored waiters never seed eich times' minrfoTa scarce and as for fifty cents and dollars are never to be seen. Niggers all on the Ohio nl.f-rm traction. Hotel tables light on chick- -.. 1 SB cub tuiu ice cream. SGRAPH. KENTUCK1. Louisville, July 31. The condition of crops are alarming daily rains for six weeks, wheat, oats, rye, barley and hay are injured fifty per cent, iu quantity ami quality. Tobacco crop is greatly injured. TEXXESSEE. ANDREW JOHNSON DEAD. Bristol, Tenn., July 31 Ex-President Andy Johnson died this morning at his daughters residence in Carter county at two o'clock, tie was strick en Wednesday evening at four o'clock with paralysis and did not speak after ho wus attacked. V1KU1MA. DJ.AlTi OF GENERAL GEOR3E E. PICKET f. A oitFOLic, July 31. The remaiuw of Gen. Uio. J. Picliitt, were this afttrr no. ti laid in a vuuit mail fai), when ta-y .'ill be retnov, d to Hollywood t-x-.ii lory at ilici.moud. The funeral .-.- attended by a very iui'go number ni cit:Zens, the tuarouic fraternity (in -uibcrs of tiu city council, and mil .imy. i :iCiiiiONi, Ju'.y 31. The most pro i'oULd f o; ruw and regret prevails this c...iinii!..ty in couscqsieuctt of the d'utli oi the gailant Virginia gentle- iiuj and bo dier, Gen. Pickett, who iit-d at Norfolk last night. Arrange ments are being made to have a me morial iui etirg on r..Lnday evening of hi comrades iu .w late war, and the public general' , to ive expression of iheir feeiin a the sad occasion. The lemaius oi Gen. Pickett will be teni poraiily deposited in a vault in Norfolk, .ihey will iiitiiaslely bo brought to iiicJUiOnd for interment. Tie anuoanccnifnt of the death of c v -President Johnson also excited ru .; vct and tynqatt.y. EUKOPE. DUEL BETWEEN HENRI ROCHE FORT AND PAUL DeCASSAG N AG DUN CAN" bHER.M AN .V- CO ri., LETTCKS OP CREDIT. X;iE O CONNEijL CELEBRATION PRUSSIA AND THE POPE. L'jndjx, July 31. The Tones re poitsthat Ilt-nri Rochr fort on the 10, iu-st., ti iii a letter to PjuI DeCassag iiiic, calling on him to come to Geneva on Monday with his seconds. The cause of the challenge is said to be about certain articled in Lepays in 1872. DcCassagnac iepiied with an excest-ive'y abusive letter. giving R'.'chei'ort the choice of weapons and appois.ting Prince Alexander DaWag nau and (jouut Harrison his seconds. IVL M. Perm and Ordirauie having c.msc-uttd to act as R:;chi-fort's seconds have met tuote of DeCassagnuc's in Paris to 'rraut;e the meeting. Losrox, July 31. Monday is a baiik holiday, and the stock exchange aud min iig lane will be closed. The cotton market, and all other Liverpool m-.rki ts, will also be ciosed. The Ti an-x this morniug, iu its linanciul uit.cio, says it believes arrangement.-. iv in contemplation which will result iu tuo p.'ym--ht of Duncan, Sherman it Co' circular rates in the hands of travelers. London, July 30. The home rulers have published a statement that they, i:ke their confreres ia London, both ineiiibeis of Parliament, and others, lire profoundly dissatisfied with the st-ctarian characters which are given to the O C innell Centennial in Dub lin. Great surprise was expressed that Dr. Isaui Bull, the home rule member of Parliament for Lemeuck, has not bten invited to the Centen nial Celebration. CoNsr.vNTi:;orr.L:, July 30. It is re ported th d the Grand V:zier has been Jif-missed from office. London, July 3U. It is reported that arrangements are made to place t -. eive stunners in the city of Dublin by thesteumship company to convey i issei gcis irom Liverpool to Dublin during the O'Couueii Centennial week, ic is expected that ten thousand per sons will go to Dublin from vaiiou home rule countru s in Great .Britain. The Premier Amnesty Association an nounce gseat mourning demonstration ;n Dublin, concurrently with the O'Conneil procession, August Gth. UOTI1AJI. YlOKE FAILURES ON ACCOUNT OF DUNCAN & CO., ETC. HOME OF THE LOSERS BY DUNCAN, SIIEUMAN & CO. THE CATHOLICS OF NEW YORK ANOTHER NEW STEAM SHIP LINE. New Yoiik, July 31. A report is circulated that several thousand peo ple are heavy lowers by the failure of Daueun, Sherman A' Co.. and without representation in many instances; and letters have been ltceivtd from Jno. L Raymond, John Brougham and William Wheatley, claiming that they arc losers. Schmail fe Fraweilter, extensive lager beer brewers at Marion, N. J., fadea lor about fceventy-nve thousand dollars. C. C. Ik lien and H. S. Bogert, two bankers who were short of stocks on recount of Duncan, Sherman & Co'u failure, and i'niled to cover in time, su-ptaded yeidciy. New YoiiK, July 30. Mr. Duncan Jat d yi sterd..y that at least five-.-ixJh ot the letters of credit held ; gainst the firm has been received. It i.s asset U d . th.tt Theodore Musa had ShO.OOO with the firm, and Henderson Y- Coivnlo had -30,000, and William Wneaiton had a very iarge sum. J. S. Toate holds their paper which he bought a foitnfght ngo to the extent oi thirty thousand dollars. H. J. Montague deposited with them his earnings here, and John Braugham had almost his entire fortune in this house. John L. Raymond aud W. L. Florence both had letters of credit from the firm, as well as many other professionalist3 abroad. The convention of Catholics on total absteuarco of the Union of America waited upon the Papal Abligate, and Roucetti, this morning, and presented him with an address containing protes tations of the devotion and tone to be conveyed to the Pope. The address was adopted as a meeting of the Con ventiou, held at Chicago on the 24th of December, 1874. A Latin address to the Pope, from the Clergy of the Dioce&e, will be presented to the Papal Abligate this evening, and the Papal 'L'heligation will sail for Euglacd to morrow, 'The establishment of a first class line of steamships between this city and Havre, to sail under American colors is contemplated. Several- influ ential merchants connected with the steamship business, are at work or ganizing the line. INDIANA. DESTRUCTIVE CYCLONE. Indianapolis, .uly 30. A cyclone passed through Harveysbury, Faun tain county Indiana, last Sunday night, tearing houses to pieces and uprooting trees, and sweeping things generally before it. Five women and children were killed. Cambridge City, Im, July 30- Two hundred and fifty feet of the track of the Whitewater Valley Rail way was washed out, and the bridge was carrisd away during the storm. A large force is engaged in repairing the darxtages,j Special to the Journal. SeriouM Shooting- Affair. Tarbobo, July 30. A. McCabe, an ex-Federal official, and a local politician of some notorie ty, took offense at strictures npon him in the Southerner of the 13fch instant, and attacked Walter P. William-on, Esq., the editor, about eight o'clock to-night, when the latter fired upon him, the ball taking effect in the head, just below the right eye. C CUBA. A PASSENGER FORCIBLY TAKEN BY THE SPANISH AUTHORI TIES FROM A BRITISH STEAMER -THE LA TEST WAR MOVE MENTS. New Yokk, July 30. A letter from St Thomas says: "The Spanish an thorities at St. John, Porto Rico took off a passenger n-und Louis Veuegas, from the British steamship Eidet, by force, despite the protest of the Cap tain, and it was reported that Veregas had been shot. It sa:d, that he bad held a position iu the Spanish army and absconded with public funds. He was en route from St. Thomas for San Domingo, on the Eider which put into Porto Rico. When the Captain of tne Eider refused to give up Varegas, a Spanish gunboat took a position in fr.nt of her ready for action Captain Sher said he was not prepared to resist the force and had to surrender his pas senger under protest. It was also said that Veregas was only a political of fender. A Havre letter dated the 24th, says a Nuevitas letter of June the 25th says : "About ten days ago a large Spanish convoy left Puerto Principe for Guat aiara consisting of forty-five ox cans and ninety-three pack-mules, loaded with arms and ammunition and pro visions tnd a hundred and fifty thou sand dollars in gold, for the army at Coscoua and Gwatmara. Tne convoy was guarded by five hundred soldiers under command of Col. Huelches. It was suddenly attacked by the rebels, who was eight huudred strong and un der command of Gen'ls. Gaucia and Reeves, aud whose force of guards and escort was thrown into confusion and the convoy was captured by the rebels. Loss of Spanish troops was about one hundred aud fifty kdhd, among the number, Col. Huelches, who was iu command. Rebel's loss could not be ascertained. HEADQUARTERS CABINET AFFAIRS. POSTAL MONEY ORDER SYS TEM BETWEEN UNITED STATES AND CANADA THE YELLOW FEYER AT BA- RANCAS. Washington, Jul 30. The order of the President directing assistant Secretary Barnhem to act as Secretary during the temporary absence of the Secretary of the treasury, should not be understand as indicating the slightest displeasure ontiie part of the President or Secretary towards the assistant Secretary. That officer they say enjoys to the fullest extent the confidence of both. The two officers of assistant Secretary are of equal dig nity by law. In this case the order was made in view of the possibility that the Secretary would approve it. Washington, J aly 30. President Grant has ordered that during hi ab sence or sickness at any time, that the Hon. Benjamiu H. Bristow, Sec retary of the Treasurer, the Hon. Curtis F. Burnam, with Assistant Sec retary, is hereby authorized to per form the duty of Secretary until oth erwise ordered. The postal money order system be tween the United States and Canady, goes iuto effect Monday next. The Secretary of the treasury has odered a retirement of over one million of le- j gal tender. The Secretary of the Treasury to day decided to make no change in the engraving or printing cf the new se ries of the national bank notes, with the exception that the notes are to be piinted on distinctive paper and mark er "Series of 1875," and will bear the signature of the Pres., and Treas., of United S ates. Postmaster-General de clares thai the office of issue is the of fice of publication, and not whi re pa per may be printed. All such publica tions must be sent to the place of is sue before they can pass through mails at publishing rates. The following was received to-day: Fort Barancas, Fla., July 30. No new cases, and no death since my re port of last night. Dr. Sternberg's symptom are very favorable this morning. (Signed) J. M. Bbannan, Bravet Maj. Gen. U. S. A. Command ing. KEEP COOL. ICE Plentiful and Cheap atthe NEW ICE HOUSE, Dock, between Water and Front Sts B. H. J. AHRENS, Proprietor. may 14- 2m Wilmiwqton.N. C. LZFFEL ;ui;;c Vurfciiic Water Wheel, ilauutiicttyed by P(X)LE & HUNT. Baltimore, Did. ,000 AOir IX VSEt siirtplo. Strong, Durable, f.l .vays reliable and eatia Jiittoi y. .A Maiiufacturers.also, of lortaLlo & Stationary .LjlfcEngines, Steam Boilers, ( i0w s on si jams, Jftin. jfi&ack e5ssS insr Hachinerr.Ctearinff for Cotton Mills, Flour, "Point. lllfo T tin t dnff Oil JLiW ilachinery, Hydraulic ana other .Tresse3,&e. Shafting', Pulleys and Hangers a specialty. Machine made Gearing ; accu rate ana 01 very oei he very 1 ; finish. Send for Circulars. march L'6 w'klGm 13 State of North Carolina SAMPSON COUNTY, Office of Olerk of the Superior Court. Amos N. Jobneon, Administrator, with the wiu annezeu, 01 urigntdohnaon.aecenned. Ower H. Johnion, Bizzell .Tohnvon and -wife iliza Johnson, Kebecca Killett, James O. Mavis ond wife Tabitha. lltirsof Ann M. Johiibon, Elizabeth N Cooper, Mites P. owtn siiil wile Caroline, J. I). Carter aud wife Klbridpe. G. Ward and wile Mary J. Ward, Heirs of Stephen Johnson, Elizabeth JuLnton Sarah Jane Johnxon, Hamuli K. Jonncon and Stephen W. Thomas Johnson. 1 O A LI j WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. YOU are hereby notified that A mos N. John son has filed tis final account for the settle ment of the estat - of Bright Johnson, deceased, in my office, and you are hereby commanded to be and appear at my office on the 3 1st day of August, A. I)., 1875, when said account will be Iiatuted upon. Ana it further appearing to the Court on amdaTit of Amos N . Johnson, that tiie heirs of Stephen Johnson, eceased, Tiz : Klizabeth Johnson, Sarah Jane Johnson, Samuel K Johnson and Stephen W Thomas Johnson are non-residents, living beyond the limits of the State as he is informed, in Butler county, in the State of Georgia, it is ordered that publication be made in the Wilmington (Weekly) Journal for the space of six weeks, commanding them to be and appear at the of fice of the Probate Judge, to object if they de (ire, on the 31st day of August, A. .. 1875, and they shall be heard. Done at office in Clinton, the 84th day of June, A. D., 1875. 1. A. CDLBRETH, Clerk Superior Court of Sampson County. July 2 w6- Hannah More Academy, The Diocesan School for Girls, BUS BALTIMORE, If In a location noted for bealthfulness and beauty of scenery. Offers unusual advantage for careiul training, thorough instruction and high culture, with the influences of a Christian home. 99- Apply for Circular to JtKV. ARTHUR J RlCIi, M.D.,Beisterstown, Md, July 89 wim July 29 MISCELLANEOUS What I Know About Vegetlne. South Bobton, May 9, 1870. H. R. Stbvbbs, JCsq.: Dear Hit 1 have had considerable experience with thtf Vkuktink. Jfor dy,eci, eueral de lhty anU in. pure blood, the ndh-TlNK Is superior to anything which I nave voc us.u. I vummenced taking Voktiik about the upd ate ot last winter, and, alter using a lew bot tle, it entirely cured me of dyspepsia, and my blood never was in so good condition as at the prest-nt time. It will afford me pleasure to give any further particulars relative to what 10 know about this gr.od medicine to an one wbo will call or address mo at my residence, 38 Athens street. Very respectfully, MUJNKUK FaKKKR, 386 Athens s reet. SYMPTOMS Want of appetite, rismi- of ex Hi . lit! win i from the stomach, a-'idity of tne (-t.iii.acli, heartburn, orvuess and wktteii-t ot the t . uu 111 the morniug. tenre of uisrncion in the vtuuiacti an l b.wel-.H metimen rumbling and p.iin ; costiveuess. wuich is occasionally interrupted by ditrrh ea ; paleness of the urin;. Th j muih is amtuy , or h a sour or bitter taote t-tlier frequent symptoms a.e waierbiatdi, ualpitar.ioii 1.1 tne heart, tiead arb ;, antl iimra rs of the as sueiu double, etc. There isgeuoraldetiility, languor and aversion to mc ion ; dejection 01 the -pir-it-, dis urbed sleep, and tn&httul dreams. Gained Fifteen. Pounds of Flesh. ou 1 n ottwicit. ih ,Ja.i. 4,r--. H. K. STBVBNS, f-l-y : Dear .Sir 1 hav bad dyspepsia in its woift form tor I he lt ten ears, aial have taken hundredsot dollars' worm of tutticine without obtaining ny relief. Ii: September I aft 1 10111 meuc d taking the VBHh.TiNtt,iuce wiiich time my hailti hat. htendily improved. My food diijexfa wj I. .inl I have gained tif teen iundr of tl-"6ii. Taere are t-evcrai ot::eis iu thi.- plce taking the V koktink ; a:l have tjl -taine.l reiK-f. uuii, tri.lv , Ttt"M i: MO'IRK, Overseer card room, I urisuouiU Co.'s ftlille. All Diseases of the Blood. If Vkoktixk wdi relieve pain, c.enuce, puri fy and cure such diseases, r storing the patient to pdriect health tt.r trying Hitter i.t physi cians, mauy remedies, suffering for ve r.-., is it not conclusive p 001', if vim a-e a sufferer, you can be cured-? Why is thii- medicine perform in g such great cure? It works In the blood, ia the circulating flu: It can truly be railed thf Great MamiI Purifier 1 he great si urce of di-!4Si originates 111 tin blood; nl no ititdi c ut iliat Uoes nor act directly upon it, to puri ty and renovate, has any j us: CU1111 upon public attention. GOOD EVi. EffCE. ClKC.NNATI, fJov. '2(5, 1S72 Mr. H. R. Stkyens: :ear Mir The two bottles of Vkuxtine fur nished me by jour ag.-nt my wife hasutt-d v..th great benefit For a long time she ha been troubled wi h dizxinoss and cup'iveue; these iroub'es are uow entii ely removed by the use O'' Vkuetikk. be was also trnu'ded witn dyspep-ia a d geneial debility, and has Leen greatly bene titUd. THUM S OILM- KK, ii 9 Walnut St. RELIABLE J.VIDE1SCS. Mr. 11 K Si kvks: lear Si' I will most cheerfully add my tes timony to th.; greii number you li ve already reeeie1 in laiut ot y-ur great nl gool ni-d-icine, Vkoktiic, for I du not think enough can be siid in us priise, for I was troubhd over thirty years with tha'dreadfu! disease,Catarrh, and na'd such bad coughing t-pells that it would fceem as though 1 couM never Oreathe any more, and Vkoktimk has curixl me; and I do feel to th ink Uod all the time that there is to good a medicine as Vkoktink, ana I aso think it one of the be;t medicines for coughs and weak, sinking feelings at the stomach, and advise evervbo'y totake the Vkoktimk, for t can as sure them it is one of the best meMudn s that ever was. Mrs. L.. CORK. Corner Magazine and Walnut streets, Cam bridge, Mass. APPRECIATION, I'll A blesti w, Mass., March ltf, IStJi H. R. iiuins, Kj.: I'his is tocerrity .nat I have u-ed your Blood Preparation" (Vkoktihk), in my family tor xeveral year mid tuink that, tor scrolu.H or Caiiserouci lltimors ur Raeumatic atf -rtions, it cannot be excelled; and as a blood purifier and sprit'g medicine, it is the best thing I ever used ; and I have usea almost everything 1 can clieeriuily recommend it to anyone in need ot such a medicine. Yours respectfully. Mrs A. A rlN-SMORK, 19 Kussoil street. Vcg-etlne laNold by All IlruK frikts ! July 4 w CACTlON NUTItjK The ;kvine in ion Life and l,abur of Livingstone, ( r-el tiding the " I ant ." Journal.") uufohls vivid. y his thirty years -triune ail vent u c., aiso the curiuiiiei., woudrrs and we.t t'i of thnt iuary lous country, and is absolutely the only new, complete work. Hence, it sells ; uxt thin-. 12 1 00 tirvt 7 weeks. Agents' huccmm wupil4 oni-th yon. more wanted Send tor t riun anii ponitive i-rot" of genuineness. HUB HA lf I BRO.s., Publishers. '23 Samp on St., Pnla . Pa f 4- ACnfl m Wad street often OIU LU OtfUU lea is to fortune. A t2 p.tge book, entiJUd " Men and idioms of vv!l ptreet." exidaininif everTliinir. sent Free. .MHN HIOI.lNd Jtr CO., Bankers and Brokers, 72 Broadway. N. Y. jaly 25 4 For COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS AM) ALL THROAT DISK.VES, Use Wells' Carbolic Tablets, Put up only in If lue Boxes. ATR1E1) A N 1) S U R E R K M K I YJ, Kor xale ttv lruggiitH scenerallv. and JullN- s'ro, rlul,LOW4 Y .SCO , Philadelphia, Pa. July 3I 310, 3100, 8500, 81000 OK I'KN realize immenae prodtswlien invect ed iu Stock Ptivil ge. Circulars, contain ing full explanation of the mode of operating, and quotation puces of all Stocks dealt in, ai th NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE, sent :ree on application to SIMONSON, BARREIKAS & CO., Bankers A Brokers, Opp. Y. Stock Exchange. 6 Wall St., N. June 6 t35-eodly&w1y AGENTS WANTED. Men ir women. M a week. 1'rnot f ur- Dlhh(Ml. HnKim.i.1: .l..n.u ...4 I .aldnwith no risks. A 16 ne circular :and nluahle Samplt-a free. Do not idelnv. but writa nl fm... ,n luutj Icard to V. M. REED. 8TH ST.. sfw -mnw AIA 4. efZfi Invested in Wall Street (JIU LCI OcJUU otten leaus to fortune. a t page book explaining everything, and a copy of the Wall street Review Omit Pnnn lOllfi HICKLINO JSC )t , Bank- UUli' IIDD, nana riroker. VI Bi atlway, New York. 4 w FELT CAKFDTIMi! vsc per yd. relt '. eillngr for rooms in place of Plaster. I-'elt Kooftug- and Mding, For Circular and hamjile, address C. J. FAY, Camden, JS. J. July ia 4 w A CnDTIlUC I PJ IT. Vr o n, 1 1 t.ujw it. ftoid bj agenta. Address, ii. S. ttauewcx, r.ric, l t. 4w WHEREVER IT HAS BEEN TRIED JIMISES& Has established iti-elf as a perfect regulator ar:d spun skmkdt for 'disorders of the syst' m arising from improper action of the Liver and Ui'Wtlfl If IS NOT A PHYSIC, but.br stimulating the secretive organs, gently and gradually re moves all impurities, and regulates the entire system. IT IS NOT A DOCTORED BITTERS, but VEGETABI E TONIC which a8lsta digestion, and thus stimulates the appttite for rood neces-ary to invigorate the weakened or inactive organs, and gives strength to all the vital forces. If CARRItf.8 ITS OWN RECOMMENDA TION, as the large and rapidly increasing sales testify Price One lXillar a bottle. Ask your druggist for it. JOHNSTON, HOLLO WAY & CO., Philadelphia, Pa.. Wholesale Agents. 4W BLATCHLEY'S Improved CUCUMBER 14 PS 4 wuon runir is tne ac- eknowledired HTANflA RDnn 2 tne market, by popular, ver Indict, the best Pump for the vited to Blatchley'n Imiirov ed Bracket, the Drop Check Valve, which can be with drawn without disturbing the joints, and the copper cham ber, which never cracks, scab s or rusts, and will asta life time. For sale by Dealer and the Trade generally In order to be sure that you -0 H get Blatchley's Pump, be careful and see that it has my trade-mark as above. If you do not know where to buy, descriptive circulars, to gether with toe name and addres of the af nt nearest yoa, will ' be promptly furnished by addressing with stamp, CHAS. C. B LATCH LEY. Manufacturer 506 Commerce St , Philadelphia, Pa. feb 14 39-9m Price Us On a New Lot of Eastern Hay Just Stored, Pork and Beans; Soap and ?- yrup, Meal and Molasses, Crackers and Co Feed, Elm-Grove Family Flour, 8. 50. Warranted GRANT & HINTON, Commission Merchants and Grocers. julj23-l&wK NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GENTLEMEN Who use and can appreciate Fine Liquors Should try our Fine Old Pale Brandy ! I is ot; r firm hllef that no liner OLD BR A-lSTlbtr I Has ever bet-u otiereil in this city. for Medicinal pur. .j is, it is every wayreHa- ble. OUR PURE OLD RYE WHISKY Is made from cho;cett grain; has age t hoften it; is : ttictly pure, and in ejery way mp rior j 10 whiskies usu i!ly told. We have sold this same brand for neariy five years. C. D. MYERS & CO., 5 and 7 N. Front St. July 29 Eastern Hay ! Eastern Hay ! 350 Bales Prime Kastern Hay. Kebchneb Oauder Bros. FLOUR FLOUR FLOUR. 3 0 Barrels 1 W Flour, 3'Ki Barrels l-ll flour, 3im) Karrris Princesx Royal Flour, For ale by Kekcher & Caijr Bros. BACON BACON BAOON. 75 Kux s I S si lei-, 2"i !toi" .smoked sites. 25 x s "i-.ukeil and l S Shoulders, For m: ly Kebchneb & Cauder Bros, HOOP IRON AND GLUE. ,M) Kuntles 1)4 and 1-14 Bundles Hoop Inn , 300 Ruti'lle 1 inch Hoop Iron, 150 Barrels (ilue, For ale by Kebchneb & Oaijjer Bros. august l BACON, CORN, FLOUR, SYRUP. 50 Boxes D S Sides. 60 Boxes Smoked Sides and Shoulders, 3,000 Buehels Prime White Ot rn, 8u0 Barrels Flour all grades, 50 Barrels S H Syrup, For sale by WILLIAMS & MCRCHISON. Sugar, Coffee, Rice, Molasses ! 100 Barrels Refined Sugar, 1 no Hhj Prime Rio Coffee. 25 Barrels Rice. 100 Barrels New Crop Cuba Molasses, For sale low by WILLIAMS MCRCHISON. Hav, Hoop Iron, Spirit Casks, Glue ! 5n,i Bales N R a-d K Hay. L5oO Bundles Hoop Iron, M.K) -eeond-han 1 Spirit Casks, 10" Barrels (ilue, Forsale iowby WILLI. VMS & MCRCHISON Salt, Nails, Shot, Guano 1 100 Sacks Licbon Silt, 200 Kegs Nails, 150 Bags Shot, 100 Tons Eureka Onano, 8 ,0 Tons Guenape Guano, For nale low by W ILMAMS & MURCHISON -$20- WILL BUT A Premium Bond OF Til N. Y.InflustrialExMliillon Co. Don t compare it with, a 1 -otter y : bear in mind that the capital .invested is always se cured. This Loan is issued on a rovel plan, and is authorized bj special Act of the Legislature of the State of New York. Every bondholder must receivefatlesst SSI but he may receive 100.000 : or 35,0O0, or 10,00.l, or 5.C00, or 133,000,14:0. , 4th Premium Allotment, June 7, 1875, 5th Series Drawing, July Gth, 1875. Circulars giving full explanation, will be sent free of charge on application. For Bonds and full information, address without delay, MQRCENTHAU, BRUNO &.0CO., FINANCIAL AGENT . 23 Park Row. New York. Post Office Drawer No. 39. Remit by Draft on New York City Banks, Hegii-tred Letter, or Post office MoDey Order, ai ril x 84 tf NOTICE- To Contractors I ON Thursday, the 3d day of August. 1875 w i wi 1 .-t to the lowerd responsible bid der trie contract for rebuilding the abutmen and one span of the bri.lge acrK Dan River at Dead ' Timbers, commonly known as -ettle's Bridge. Specifications cf work required, to be made khown at the bridge on day of awarding contract. For information of contractoas not familiar with the locality, we wil state that the bridge is ten miles from Keidsvil e, North Carolina, with a daily line of stages running between the two points. M. Oaks, H. K. Redd, David Settle. w3t notice:- FIRST MORTGAGE APPLICATION will be made at the office of the North Carolina Railroaa Company in thirty days trjm date for the issue of a dupli cate of certificate No. 466, dated March bch, 18.' 3, for one share of stock in said company, the original bring lost or mislaid. This July S2d, 1SZS. J. D.LIPPETT, Administrator of J J. L1TPKTT. Jlj21w4t MISCELLANEOUS TRADE MARK. WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE. LEA & PERRIHS' CELEBRATED P.KOfcOUNCED BY OONNOISSKTJRS n bs ran "Only Good Sauce," EXTRACT f a LETTERfrom t MEDICAL GUN MAN at Maoras to his brother at vox-CKSTKR, Mav. ISM - ' eh .KA A KKKiN-i that ' b !r -- ! ii-hgli y e.'ei n;e'"l if iiH. m! i i. fi it.ioi., tl -i ij' ialaHbi-' .-ii Ad applicable to: KVKKff VAKIr TT or 1ISH Mie tnoi ''Hi'' nnie sap 'lm; m t ie ' Worcestershire Sauee ."ol.i WtiolHle ami tor Kporlal:u i I Proprietors, LKA Si PERKINS, W rente h oglaiKt; .no Retail by Di-aier in ii. en e. eiaiiy thrpiigliout the world Ask for Lea & fern a? Sauce At the ihsi:,iki AK) tacii.i: ' " oarts !ie mo t rx inin c -e!i Ii a-..l 7.-s? t- Hot or Cold Meat, Fowl, F.fh, Brol'ed Kidney, c. At the Uli!ML:i I'AISI.I , in Soup, with Fish, Hot Joints, (jam--, and in all Gravics.it gives a delightful flavor. At tr l,ijkciif:u.- and stPPEU TilBLEN it is deemed indispensable by those familiar with its estimable qualities. From New York Times. There is no relish in the world which is s universally liked as Lea & Perrins' famon Worcestershire Sauce. JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS iv 1 : w vm k. June 22 148- jd&w BUY ONLY THE GENUINE STANDARD SCALES. ALSO, The most Perfect Alarm Cash. Drawer. MILES ALARM TILL CO.'S. Also, Herring's Safe's Coflee and Drug Mills, l.ette Presses. FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES. MAN VP ACTUBKKS E- & T- FAIRBANKS & CO ST. JOHN- BURY, VT. PKiHClPL HCAIH WARFnOCSTK; AIKHINKS A- CO.,311llroa(tua, . Y. FAJRKANKS c., 166 BaUimore St., Bal timore, Md. Fairbanks & Co., 53 Camp rtreot, New Or- lcaii.-. FaihbanksA Co., 93 Main Street, Butr'alo, N Y Faibbsnks & Co., I-S3 Broadway, Albany, is Y. Faibbakks & Co . 3(3 St Paul's st . Montreal. HiiKBAiiss & Co., 34 King William M., Ioii don. Kng. Faikbakks, Bkowjt & Co., 2 Milk St., Bos ton, Mai-s. F.mi:bank Jt Ewiso, Masonic Hall, Phila delphia, i'a. Kaihbskks, .Morse & Co., Ill Lake St., Cbi cago. KiitaiNKR, Morse & Co., 139 Wal ut Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. Faibbakks, Mobsm 4 Co, 182 Superior St . Cleveland, Ohio. Fairbanks, Mobsb & Co., 43 Wood Street, Piitr'burgh. Fairbanks, Uorsb & Co., Mb and Main St., I Aiuinvilie. Kairranks i Co., 302 and ".04 Washington Avenue, fit. Ij)ui.. Faikbakks Hotchivson, San Franico, Cat. For sale by leading Hani ware Dealers. jun 1 91-d.Vw-10w-eod THE LAST CARGO OF PRIME CUBA CLAWED MOLASSES Is now odered to purchasers in Brlh" Mew Packages, both Hogsheads and Barrels, at lowest market rate ; ALSO SUGAR HOUSE MOLASSKS, JHuicots'c Sugar Drips, New Orleans Moinwe Bacon, Pork, Dry Salted Meats. Lard, Fish, Butter, and a tu.l line of assorted Groceries. Al Kinds of Wines and Li on on a ebe low- st market price to good customer ADRIAN & VOLLERS Corner of Dock and F ont st fa1) 28 St. Mary's School, KA LEIGH, N. C, THE Sixty-seventh term of the school vill commence September 3, 175. The charge lor hoard and Knglish tuition, for a t.tm of twei.r.y weeks, ie 105. For a circular, apply to key. Albert Swedes, D. D , R aleigh. 2. C. july 10 d2t w4t ESTABLISHES 1844! Tie Wilmington Jonrnsl (WEEKLY) THEIaARGEST. best and cheap EST PAPER PUBLISHED IN NORTH CAROLINA. The Wilmington Joukn&l (Weekly) on en to ring upon its twenty-ninth annual volume, has been greatly enlarged ana linprovea. it is the only tairiy-Mx column paper in tne state. AS A II8.ST.LASS NEWS A!M1 LITERARY JOVIVItAL, IT IS JrEXCEI.I.li. Embraced in its columns ts a more complete compact, yet comprehensive history of the world's doings, from week to week, than can possibly be touna in any oiuer journal. It ia just the paper for the home and fireside full of eood reading : all the best Editorials l the daily; all the Congressional, Legislative and Political news 01 tne nay. Its Market Reports are always full and accurate. The Review of the Markets is accepted ly tne mercantile com munity as the true index of the commerce ot the city, while its repor other markets are full aud reliable. INTERESTING Stories, Tales, Lc. are elven every week, making it the best fam ily paper published in the country. ITS CIKCULATION is very large throughout the State ana whole South. In New Hanover, Edgecombe Onslow, Duplin, Sampson, Brunswick, Bladen ana columhusit is especially large, wnuein Halifax, Wilson, Wayne, Carteret, Robeson. Richmond. Anson. Cumberland and Moore. and in several counties of South Carolina, its circulation is very good. It is published very rriaay on the follow ing MS One copy, for one year $2 (Hi One copy, for six months 1 00 Three copies, for one year. 5 50 Four copies, for one year 7 00 Fire copies, for one year 8 50 Ten copies, for one year 15 00 Twenty copies, for one year 25 00 xo every geiier-up oi a ulub ujt i'jsh ne copy will be sent free for one year. Add rets JOURNAL" WUmlBiUa, N. if. wmm THE ATLANTIC HOTEL SSEVSIOE RESORT, BEAUFORT, 1ST. G. H:IMTS- KrlpSif - JHf -rr biO" Yl; N S Ilif Wm mMl ftPl fl Pr I T'liE ABOVE ESTABLISHMENT, SO FAVORABLY 1NTUOI V ( E A i.t Sirninwr hi Inn now imm r. ait U. 1) Giali m . cl S t c. In; 1 i:ri lb"S. May ISttO October 1st. "pen tosnch vim'-ots omy s tne uiulerMgi.ed navlll, 114-. ........ ..i " Ua l... n ri.l.U llifc ll.iH.MIIlt Uinllit.l..... . . . J HHllU L V All LU ll. IU Uln C- 111 1 1 V 1 I . 111 ' L ' ' " ..... , " 11 WlUl t inner guests of the Atliu:i.' Hotel. The peculiar situation of this houte afl'ordsall the jlejture of a voyoye vHlhcmt peril or (e. sickness. NO DUST ! NO FLIES ! ! NC MOSQUITOES ! ! ! llallitue Houses are Btlarbcd to the honsf. vht rt gi;t-ftsiuay at once ti. joy atiiig etl cu- u ns;t at r i 1 ; ai n the hii ! rv. in in i . Any i ' ts i in uicn tlit-,0.st 'i he Riuc c lall at'.) tuinuiidii p ghlleries add d lH' mi atii iil t ! kN.i t titint lnnutUe glare ot ti t t-un 1-j dfcy, ma a t.riliiuitt court ot Ten ne) ore at nifht A II the gsme-H u"r t ei ci e ai d nii;t- rcent to be loiiiid at inland rttortt, iikidtF plemmrc Boats, lat-t tailing untl v.ell mar;aj;td. for PIC-NICS, FISHING PARTIES, fCCPiLIGHT SAILS, and visitn g oiids ot 'interest in the vicinity. Ti e rho cect WINES and LJQVORS hie to be had at tie KKSTAI'HJ KT ot the niidor- Mgnea Music H s 11 fird ('iu,i.it I nit oi en ! . t Aided I.t covrtetus s.-mpmi ts t nd a coij.r rcoiris snii cecided in'prnvi n.i i ts recet th n natters himctlt il at liir I t Aid J (? H M tiaetive tt his felect ct n i ai j than the Hotel v u 11 1- j;ererl int.lic. Strict decornm mil be rigidiy enforced ktio li e " imtrt Oi vinitois utttntirtly tiudicd. Teems : $2.50 er tlay for first week ; $1,530 per da for second week. 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DKVOTKD TO THF BFST INilKKSl or the State of North Caiolina- to tie aacces of the Conservative party, the devel opment of the hidden wealth of the State, the Inviting emigration into our miuri, nu wi vancement of the welfare cl our people ii everything that serves to make a State proper ous and independent. Its ADVERTISING COLUMNS will be found of great advantage, as both tbe Daily and Weekly circulate largely in every portion of the State Kates moderate. 8UPSCBIPT1CN BATES: Daily, One Tear....... tfS 00 " ft Months 3 00 Weekly One Year 1 00 JOHN . CAM K X, Editor, JORDAN STONE, .Associate Editor X. O. WOODSON. Locol Editor NTUtd rt'ED TO TH K rvBl r J'tc. Unl j:rg, is for tht t r!- '1 idi'f t r.uirn. r f tic r j aitim jo.i t Mid sttii.tive rvllt, willi ari'iier ii lb. tulii aij JV Htliin t, (ti notin.i,. o: h - .. ni t ll; it v. ttf Dif, will l- eien ri'dteat. RAILROADS WILMINGTON, COLUMBIA A!NI AUGUSTA RAILROAD CO OF ICE OF CI-J-';. SIHMMIHIM WitMisaTOH. N.C., Jnlyl, mi. It.W.vMl t'KANGE OF 8CHEDULE On Kiid alter Suntla, ,lnlv 4tb, the tollow- ing schedule wili be run en this rohd : ! SIGHT EXPKFSS AN PJSSEMJEB I TWAIN, .Dally). j LaVe fVdmiiigton 6.25 P.W j Leave Florence lii.Su A. SI' : Arrive at Columbia 4.15 A. II Augusta 8.45A.M ' Leave Augusta 4.15 F.li Leave Columbia K.15P. Leave Florence 1.10 A. M ( Arrive at Wilmington 7.1(1 A. M Passengers going West tit-yond Coin nblt, will take this Train, leaving Wilmington at 6.25 P. M. Day Padiaenifcr Tralii Daily (except Siinila,.) Le.ivn Wilmington 6:30 AM Arrive at Florence 12:05PM Leave Florence 12.45 PM Arrive at. Wilmington P M t onliucts at Florence with N. F. train for Charleston, and with Fi eight Train with Pao senger Coach attached for ooiumbia Moniiiij8, Wednesdays and Fridays. THROUGH FHE.GHT TUAlN, (Daily ex cept Sundays.) Loave Wilmington 1.55 P. Lave Florence 1.4'Ji.M. Arrive at Co'umbia 9.H0AM. Leave CUumbia 6.3PM. Leave F'orenco 4X0 A.' Arrive at Wilaiington ii.iKiP.M LOCAi FKrlfiUT TRAINS, widi PiH stMlKK CHitH attached, leave Wilming ton Tuesdays, 'Jhursdays and Katuriisyf t 6 81 A. M. and arrive at 'Wilmington on Mwr davs, Wednesdajs and Fridays st 5 20 P. M fc"assengers tor Charleston, -lunibiaiil Augusta and beyond, shouid take mgbt Ex press train from Wilmington. y- Th ough Sleeping Cars on nigbt trln for Charleston and Augusia. , JAAllih ANi)EKH0. gn'l Snperinterrtent inlv 3 i5a-' Carolina Central Railway Co. Ofpicb General Sctbri UNTENnrvT. I , duly 1", 1ST5 J Wilmington, N. C Change of Schedule! On and after .Tulv l-'h, tberrainB will be run over this Katlwav " follows: EAsTEllN DIVISION. Passengerand IViail Trains-I)il'3' Sunoay's excepted.) Wilmuidriit. ur 3U0P-M Arrive in Charlotte at 5:!"? Leave Char o at.. .4:15P- Arrive at Wiimintoi' at .J.WAJI Fast Freight and Passenger Trainskaily. (Sutuiajs txcei-uO.) P 10 A.M. stp- .7:10 A. Lrc Wilmiiigtcn at. .... Arrive at Charlotte at Leave Charlotte at Arrive in Wilniiiigtonat.. JAit.it WESTERN DIVISION. Leave Charlotte at v Arrive at Kutlalo for Shell--at. Vji m Leave BunMo at fi, p M Arrive at Char.otte i w 1 Connections. Connects at Wilmington with WH.aiiogto" Weldon, Sr,l Wilx-.n.gtou. ioltmibia gusta Railroad:, .mi-v.ei.lily ew , i ri-weekly Haltimtre tinl v-etk! I hia t-Uamers, and the River boat to tr ettoville. ..,h i ro- Connects at Charlotte wi:h the Una Railroa.1, Charlotte ai d Stte"t road, l harlotte & Atlanta Air I""-. . Charlotte n.iiumhia ana A";uw Thus sorplvmg the whole Weti. w ami .southwest with a short and cbehl the SeaoHIll and .Europe. .. irtiirMIIN'l Chief Knglneerand Suirinwri 1 .. , hrtl july Paper publishing C C. Kail way -1 il iieae nonce t iiiiiicr-. WILMINGTON AND WELDON RAll ROAD COMPANY. Ovwia or CitBBAi.SDrBuiTi'"T Wllmlr,tU. ! . June. ,rt5 f4 OMANOJfioysCHKULiL.il Oi til rt J ne 'Jta. " l'r' the W. W. Railroad will mu af-.'l"" MAIL TUAI' Leave Union Depot dailj (excep i A .V II Till KVM ) K L . . '.... A y . . . , . !!.' 1 i j i. 9- Ho ky iionul at w ,v - t leave V ' y at rr .eati rocnt... . Go la. troat ... Union Depot .ra P- .A-KI88 TUA II AND, t"BD0B Jtjave L'nlon depot, di!j t rrive at Goldsboio at Kocky Mountat W..L1..T1 t . 6 IKI A. . eave Weldon, daily, at... Arrive at Kocky :ount at. " (loldstoro at tj p. Union Depot at. Mail Train makes close coniec" d te non for all points North via B-J ,uia Creek router. .. wi Acq J- Express I rain y Merr Creek route. Pnllnin'- Pal" Irk 1 nrti on tl.is Train-trf Fre.ght Trains wil. leave W. weekly at 500 A. fiZ?&st. Genera' l.,, june 9 4treoiv. If Wilmington THE WASHINUluw tun- . . rf.Mished weeil.v "ttof .fl per. cTrcurating pit" Walt. P. WiLLiAMSoii, ofyVasbi"1 to0fSSfl Proprietor, ct31 SUi copy.